Screen Gems is a 1965-1974 logo that shows two red lines converging over a red dot with the text "SCREEN GEMS" zooming in. In 1973, "A DIVISION OF COLUMBIA PICTURES INDUSTRIES, INC" was added to the bottom of "SCREEN GEMS". It was composed by Eric Siday. In 1999, Screen Gems made the S from Heaven, which is used on Screen Gems movies. Since 2014, before the logo, the Sony logo is shown, like Columbia and Tristar. Screen Gems at the time was a TV company since 1948, and the S from Hell was their last TV logo, Screen Gems TV being 1948 to 1974. It succeeded the 1963 "Dancing Sticks" logo. A short film about the logo incorrectly depicts it as a 1964 logo.
Logos Reaction FactorEdit
None to low for the 1965-1974 logo. This logo has scared some since its debut in 1965 a long time ago, now it doesn't anymore, but it is known to scare from Worst To Worst Ever for toddlers to seven-year old children.
The S from Heaven variant from 1999-2014 is so great. It is so incredible. If Relaxing and is MUCH tamer than the S from Hell.
None for the 2014-present logo. But the Sony logo will surprise people who aren't expecting it. But it is still MUCH tamer than the S From Hell.
None for the 1963-1965 "Dancing Sticks" logo. It is, as always, MUCH tamer than the S from Hell.
Watch if you want. do not be scared.Edit
Screen Gems and his brothers and sisters's galleryEditFilms (1940-1946)
- How War Came (1941)
- The Great Cheese Mystery (1941)
- The Dumbconscious Mind (1942)
- The Vitamin G-Man (1943)
- He Can't Make It Stick (1943)
- Flippity and Flop (1946)
- The Fox and the Crow (1940–1946)
- Li'l Abner (1944)